PokerCast Episode 181 - WSOP Main Event Special with Olivier Busquet, David Sands & Aejones
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - The Two Plus Two PokerCast crew has safely returned from Las Vegas to bring you this year's World Series of Poker Main Event special. Guest co-host Terrence Chan joins Mike and Adam in studio to break down the Main Event including the ground breaking, thirty minute delayed coverage provided by ESPN. The guys first connect with Olivier Busquet, one of the commentators selected by ESPN to provided continuos hand analysis. Olivier talks about his own Main Event play and what this new type of coverage means for the integrity of the game. The guys then connect with David "Doc" Sands to talk about his deep run along with his girlfriend Erika Moutinho and what it was like to be so heavily focused on by ESPN as they reached closer to the final table. Aaron Jones is also featured on this weeks program to talk about his deep run in this year's Main Event and provides some live strategy for this weeks Leggo Poker / Deuces Cracked strategy segment. Mike and Adam talk about the final ten players, get into some forum static and of course give away the password for the July 24th Poker Stars VIP Club Invitational for PokerCast listeners. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Best known on the felt for his intense focus and relentless competitiveness, Olivier Busquet has been one of the most dominant poker players both online and in live tournaments over the past few years. He is a consistent winner specializing in high stakes heads-up Sit N Go tournaments. In 2009 he took down the Borgata Poker Open taking home $925,514 for his efforts. Learn more about Olivier Busquet
Aaron Jones is professional online poker player and poker coach from Indianapolis, IN. While not at the table, Jones works toward completing a degree in philosophy from Butler University.
Aaron can be found playing both NLHE and PLO at the highest stakes online as well as coaching at LeggoPoker, a site that he co-founded. Though primarily a cash game player, Jones’s resume has been bolstered by a 3rd place finish in $10,000 Commerce Heads-Up Championship at the LAPC, and a WPT final table bubble (7th) at the 2009 Festa al Lago tournament.
Aaron posts on 2+2 under the handle “aejones". Most recently, Aaron won $5 Million in a Daily Fantasy Sports championship. Learn more about Aaron Jones